Bill to reform HOA elections in Osceola County (FL) rejected

Things got heated Friday as local legislators in Osceola County decided not to move forward with a new bill that would impact homeowners associations and their election process.  While the meeting was only slated to last a few hours, legislators and Poinciana residents discussed the proposed bill all day Friday, ultimately deciding not to move forward and bring the bill to Tallahassee this upcoming legislative session.    Read the article………….


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